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The Daily Bulletin.
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IralanrtOv eenu per ttn each .abluent lnior
" on For one wk. an cunt per line. Kor out
mouth, 60 cent lr line
Cottage on Walaut ner Uth bU., contain
7 good rooms, four of theru contain grateB
and mantles. Enquire at Btoro ou 8th nr.
tf . G. M. Alden.
Tiio business of the lato Uenry Breihan
is earned on a actively since his death as
it was by him during his life. No part of
the machinery has been permitted to stop,
and the trade in Kxport Beer, Seltzers,
Sod and Mineral Springs Water will be
held up constantly to tlio position it had
reached as one among the leading whole
Bile houses of Cairo. The management of
this great and growing industry is in the
hat.ds of Messrs. C. M. and W. C. Young,
relatives of its founder, both energetic
young men ot the highest business quali
fication, for whom there is no such word
as fail, and we feel justified in making the
prediction that the end of a year will find
the business under their judicious and vig
orous management far in advance of even
its present flittering hUfceBS.
Oysters in every style at Geo. Lattner's
No. 75 Gmimercial avenue. 818-lni
Two Booms For Rent
unfurnished in rear of cottage on 10th street
between Washingtou and Walnut. Inquire
at Tne Bulletin. 018-tf
Prof. Mason's Classes.
The afternoon dancing class will be hold
Wednesday at three o'clock and Saturdays
at two o'clock.
The evening class will meet on Wednes
day and Friday nights at" 7:30 o'clock.
Both classes will meet as last year at Tem
perance hall on 8th street, commencing
Wednesday the 19th of September. tf
Saddle Bock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
395,000 Bricks for Sale.
I have tor sale, belonging to the estate
of Peter Stoltenburg, deceased, 395,000
burnt brick which I offer at a bargain in
lota to suit the purchaser; must bo sold im
mediately to close the accounts of the es
tate. Adolph Swoboda,
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
Do Baun's. tf
Mcsic books bound at $2.00 per volume
tf A. W. Pvatt, 77 Ohio Levee.
will buy a good meal cooked to order, at
A large number of men wanted to make
etaves. Steady employment given from
now until next spring. Full wages paid.
Apply to J. MclUv, lector, Ark., or to
Farnbaker & Co., Ctiro, Ills. tf
Restaurant and Oyster House, 58 Ohio
New Blacksmith Shop.
A low horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Powers ou Tenth street. All
uanuer of blacksmitbing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Work done promptly. if
will buv a good meal cooked to order at
bEE a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Spier's Port Grapo wino is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for tho use of invalids, weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by druggists.
Hot cuff'e and sandwiches at Goo. Latt
ner'a, No. 75 Commercial aveuue.
Mensmas's Peptonized Beep Tonic, tho
only piepartiou of beul' containing its entire
nutritious properties. It contains blood
miking, force gunenttin and life sustain
ing properties; invaluable for Indigestion,
Dynpepxia, nervous prostration, and all
forms of general debility; also, in all en
feebled conditions, whether the result of
exhaustion, ncrvom proatration, overwork,
tr acute diaeahp, particularly if resulting
from pulmonary complaints. Caswell,
Hazard, & Co., Proprietors, New York.
Bold by Druggists. (3)
Fortunes for Fanners and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can be saved by us
ing proper jiidiimi'ijt in taking care of the
health of yourself and family. If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at once and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Hitters, which never fail
to cure, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty CHiita. Tribune. Sold by Barclay
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Jlotlceiln inene commm. inn mom per lint,
taeh Ui.xnioo tod whether marked or not. if calcu
lated to Toward any mtu tuliicM Interest are
Chattel tnortgnge and warautee deed
blanks, at Tub Bulletin office. tf
An open air conceit will be the attrac
tion at the Tenth street stand to-night.
Mill Emma Lake, the most foarlesB
and dashing horsewoman on earth, is with
8. II. Barrett & Co'i circus.
Pbil Saup has put a hundred dollar
plate glass paue in his front window that
addi greatly to the appearance of his store.
Tho grand jury will got through with
its work to-day, perhaps this morning.
Twelve or fifteen indictments had boon
Yesterday tho cable that it to bo laid
Across the Mississippi river from Bird's
Point was transferred from tho stone depot
onto the wbsrf boat. Hiram Mil's hoisting
apparatus will bo brought into requisition
to load it from there onto a barge for con
THE DAILY CAIRO HULLETTN; THURSDAY MOBfflMti,. SEPTEMBER 20, 13.
voyance to Birds' Point. The cable is ono
and a quarter inches in diameter, and tho
great coil weighs six and a quarter tons.
Tho royal aerial bicyclists, Idalette &
Wallace, will be with 8. II. Barrett St Co's
circus on Septombor 22, riding their ma
chines across the ring on wires suspended
many feet in the sir.
To-night K. M. K. C social danco. It
-Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hendricks arrived
by the steamor Fowlor yesterday attornoou
as predicted, and proceeded to their future
homo in this city.
Tomlisson-Foogitt -Married, on tho
19th inat., at the residence of T. J. Uudson,
Esq., Eleventh street, Ly tho Rev. A. W.
McGaha, Mr. T. Tomlinson, of St. Paul,
Minn., to Miss Carrie A. Foggitt, daughter
of the lato John Foggltt, Esq., of this city.
The brace of festive young men who
were accused of disturbing tho peace on
Thirteenth street Monday night, were up
before Magistrate Comings yesterday. But
tho witnesses for the prosecution failed to
identify them individually as the perpe
trators of the violence, and tho defendants
-Tho negro, Joseph Stevens, was found
guilty of larceny by the jury in the citcuit
court yesterday afternoon, and his punish
ment fixed at one year in tho penitentiary.
In the evening the case of Kate Cotton, for
poisoning Jerry Thompson and his family,
was taken up, and pending this court ad
journed until this morning.
Paducab News: "Advertise your
goods and let people know what you are
doing. Don't sit down in trout of your
business houses and growl about hard times,
and expect your beauty, intellect and popu
larity to make you a living. If you do you
will be disappointed. The time has come
when persws want to ho asked for their
patronage, and be told what you have to
sell and how you propose to sell it."
It is now reported that Joe. P. Rob
arts, formerly of tho Pulaski Patriot, but
now of the Chester penitentiary, disposed
of tho Patriot, not so much because his
duties as penitentiary commissioner would
demand all his attention, as it was that he
intends to start a new Bepublican paper at
Chester; to be the organ of the penitentiary
management, vice the Tribune, defected.
The Tribune is obstreperous, refusing to
bow down meekly under tho yoke the man
agement has been trying to place upon its
neck, and henco this new move.
-Ono of Tub Bulletin's chief argu
ments has been that, in order to become a
city of any sue, wo must draw upon the
outside world of capital to aid us we must
increase our "outside resources." The Argu?
has prated about depending only upon
homo capital and enterpiso for everything,
for an increase of wealth as well as of
population. Tue Bulletin has contended
that wo must convince outside capitalists
that their investments will bo se
cure, and would bo immigrants that they
will have a pleasant and safe homo. We
can do neither so long as our city is ten
feet below the flood line.
Another consolidation is to take cflect
in railroad circles hero on the 1st of Octo
ber. The freight agencies of the Mobile
and Ohio, St. Louis Iron Mountain and
Southern and Wabash, St. Louis and Pa
cific railroads, are to bo consolidated un
der Iho management of Agent Birchet, of
tho Mobile and Ohio. Mr. II. II. Milburn,
who is now agent for tho other two roads,
will step out to assume more importact re
sponsibilities, probably is some other city.
There will also, probably, iu time, be sumo
dismissals from among tho subordinates of
these olBces,but not for a little while yet.
Louisville School op Puahmact koh
Women. This institution was incorporated
early in tho present year, and notwith
standing the novelty of the project, and tho
strong opposition which it, like all new
movements for the advancement of women,
was compelled to meet at tho outset, its
tlrst courso was successful hi yond the ex
pectation of its founders. Tlio uext session
will begin with tho first Monday in Octo
ber, continuing twenty weeks, and it is sal'o
to predict that with its fine equipments and
efficient faculty, the school will demonstrate
the fitness of women for honorable and use
ful service in pharmacy. Every true phil
anthropist will wish it good luck.
Centralia Democrat: "Tlio attention
of Governor Hamilton Thursday night last
while stopping over hero was called to a
squib in the Sentinel which roads thus:
'The counties south of tho Cairo Short line
arc divided between Hannibal and Ogleshy.'
The governor smiled and remarked to his
friend: 'I expect to bo charged by the
Democratic press with alincst everything
mean under tho sun, but what in thunder
they want to class mo as a nigger for is be
yond my conception.' Subsequently learn
ing that it was the Republican paper of
this city in which the comparison was made
ho exclaimed: 'Republican paper! Well,
its editors must bo the d dest fools in
Tho utter cessation ot nearly all real
estate improvements within the city is
proof that public confidence in tho perma
nency of tho existing grade is a thing of
the'past. It is to thoroughly shaken that
nothing can ever ro-establish it. Tho
council might pass a resolution at every
meeting, re-afilrmlng the ordinances estab
lishlng it and have said ordinance engraved
on steel plates In lottors a foot high ami
posted up on every street corner in tho city,
and yet. aftor all, when tho
Ohio began to boom
as sho is wont to do, the
public mind would bocomo oblivious to
these steel tablets and long for lodings
above high-water mark. Periodical floods
have invariably caused a high grade agita
tion and paralized building enterprise; but
until Mr. Linegar's bills wero passed by
tho legislature very few thought high grado
a possibility. Now that it is made com
paratively easy of attainment, it is an
absolute necessity and the public will never
be satisfied until it is an accomplished fact.
Thero will be uo revival of building enter
prise until the grado of the city is raised.
The Paducab News takes occassion ot
review the financial managomcntaud condi
tion of that city. It gives tho assessed value
of the' property ot tho city, tho amount and
rate of taxation for a number of years buck
and draws a comparison between tho sauio
data of Louisville. Tho news makes a very
creditable showing indeed, for its little
city; a much better one than Louisville can
make. It shows that for every dollar of
debt Paducab has twenty-four to pay
it with, while Louisville has only seven.
Tho News hikes occasion also to administer
a very just rebuke to a class of men a
very small class, fortunately who seem to
infest every community and are never
known to contribute anything toward the
advancement of such community; namely,
the chronic growlers, tho free-lunch-counter
fiends, who sit around street corners or ou
beer kegs developing corns on their poster
iors, looking through smoked goggles at
everything around them and croaking about
the gloomy aspect of things generally. The
News says truthfully, and tho words are
applicable to Cairo as well: "The only
damage our credit sustains is the eternal
croakiug and grumbhngof a few of our
citizens, who ought to kuow and do better,
but who seem determined, as far as they
can, to lower the credit of the city."
Broke lose from bitching post on Com
mercial avenue, a chestnut, sorrel mare,
about eight years old, three white feet,
blase in face, saddle marks oa back, one or
two little white spots on left side. A liberal
reward will be paid for her delivery at F.
A. Carle's stable on Commercial avenue,
Cairo, Ills. It A. J. Caule.
Died Last night about 10:30 o'clock, at
his homo on Twentieth street, between Pop
lar street and Commercial avenue, alter an
illness of about ten days, James Malone,
aged aoout nity- .vo years.
Funeral will take place Thursday after
noon ; remains win do convcyea irom uie
residence to St. Joseph's church at 1 o'clock
and leaving the church will be conveyed
by specinl train from foot ot Twentieth
street, at 2:30 o'clock, to Villa Ridgo for
Friends of the family are invited.
Deceased was one of tho oldest citizens
in Cairo, having lived here for over 25
years. He leaves a wife and two sons.
THE OPERA HOUSE TO MORROW
Tho Sullivuus have made a happy hit
with their new Irish drama, "Shiel Agar",
and have drawn splendid houses whereever
they have performed. From some unac
couutablu reason the impression prevails
that Dan and Josio composo tho entirecom
pany. This is a decided mistake. The
drama requires a full and complete cast of
characters, numbering 11 people, including
The drama abound withs songs, dances
duetts, etc., while all mechanical effects
necessary to a correct representation of
Irish scenery, which include mountanic
views, ancient ruins by moonlight, rustic
bridges, etc., is carried by tho company.
Tho pluy is fur from anything liko coarse
caricatures or double inteudre, which too
often permeates Irish plays, and is in fact,
a simple pathetic talc of lovestrange recis
itude, and narrow escapes, in which good
Shiel Agar and his lovely Ncsta finely
triumph over their enemies, while the de
nouement is such that every ono feels more
Buder has tickeU ou sale popular prices,
7., 50 and 25.
YESTERDAY'S HOTEL ARRIVALS. '
BFlInller, Memphis, Tetin.; W F Mil
ler, Louisville, Ky.; E F Morgan, same; C
L Cstuer, same; V II Hughep, same; CW
Morris, Ullen, 111.; A R Hall, St. Louis, Mo.;
l.ouis Illir.cr, same; James Johnson, same;
E W Tower, name It Truly, same; II A Ken
nedy, Cujcngo; F O Fiseer, same; E S Ben
son, same; M B Hendricks and wife,
Blandvillo, Ky.; P Guinau, Trenton, Tenn.;
C R. Murphy, Decaliter, Ills.; P DoMeawis
Mattoon, Ills.; Il) Christopher, Mobile; T.
Clark, Okolonm, Miss.; J Armstrong, Evans
ville; E l Loimtag, same; W P Keener,
samu; J A Flicknor, St. Louis; Mrs Thur-mi-r
ami children, same; K Browne .veil,
same;W Dellilt' same; J. Brum, jr., name)
W P Cockney, Chicago; II Mossley, same;
JE Downing, same; Ed Morton, Vienna;
K I) Statue, Mobile; A E Buchanan, Pine
Bluff; G F King, Cincinnati; J L Winston,
saniu; Miss II Chlpps, KosuClar, III.; II
Spellinan Helena, Ark.; II James, Mattoou;
L Pino, South Bond, Indiana;
J Stewart, Metropolis; II Spair, Chicago; E
13. Anderson, same; Mrs Durant, same;
Mrs Adams, saino; II P Ilarsliiuan, Dayton;
PK Chapman, Nionna; G C Clarkson, Cin
cinnati; B W Peoples, Now Madrid; II II
Pierce and wife, Million, Mo; E C Bidwell,
New York; CC Davis and wife, Centralia;
W R Baseom, Blooming ton; Mrs N A Bud-
ford, Jonesboro, Ark; Mrs' Bristowl, Pans ;
0 G Ackerson, Pino Bluff, Ark; W II Ben
nccku, Evaimvillo; J D Dunn, Suiumervlllo,
Ark; H O Bronham, Waco, Tex. T C Hicks,
Hicksvillc, Ark; J W Leonard, Memphis;
D Loeh, Paragould, Ark; C M Wathall,
Cincinnati; A J Leigh, wife and daughter,
Pailuch; J G Leigh, same; II C Ewoll and
G E Wolf, Nammond, Ind ; N T Barrett,
Cincinnati ; E F McNair, Mexico; E B Per
kins, San Francisco; II H Hollos, N Y; G
W Hollis, same; Mrs O R Naglo and fam
ily, Boston; M Domlan, Evansville; C Dam
ron, Mayfleld; W Willians, Henderson, Ky;
Frank Mason, Pans, Tenn; F D Greeley,
Murphyshoro; J Hancock, same; Miss Mul
don, Brighton, Mass; Fred Seever, Mound
City ; E Condon, Chicago; C Deveyer, same;
W Ward, same; J N Ward, Fulton, Ills;
H W Henry, Axton, Miss; E Johdston, Md
City; F Briston, St Louis; J Bri'ton, same.
A BRIEF RETROSPECT.
There is probably no ono fact more
clearly demonstrated and more firmly im
pressed upon the minds of the people of
C iiro generally, tlmii that the present grado
of tho city is not and ought not to bo a per
manent one. We have had repeated ami
most convincing demonstrations of this
fact. The past history of our little city is
one of ups and downs a chills and lever
history, so to speak--one week hot with the
excitement of an impending "boom,"
tho next chilled to a state of rigi
dity by rushing floods.
We have timo and again watch
ed bow public confidence came
feebly forth from its watery grave, grad
ually warmed into life and activity tho inert
euterpiise of our people; have seen business
revive, in all its branches, our mechanics
and laborers engaged in various improve
ments, our empty houses gradually filled
with desirable citizens; wo have seen our
capitalists, proverbially the most timid of
all chases, .encouraged by the general in
creasing signs of prosperjty, plan for in
vestments of their surplus cash Iu magnifi
cent or substantial improvements of vacant
real estate; plans were perfected and steps
were taken to execute them
everybody confident of security, everybody
cheerful and hopeful of future prosperity
a "boom" was upon us and threatened to
burst over us like sunshine through a rift
iu the clouded canopy. This was when our
mighty embankments loomed up grandly
over tho river's glassy surface when, for a
series of years, the tops of our levees were
not licked by the rushing torrent's dissolv
ing tongue. But just as often have we seen
this happy state of things and these bright
prospects loot in the gloom of expected de
struction. The Illinois, Missouri, Missis
sippi, Ohio, Tennessee, Cumberland and
Wabash rivers would roll their waves down
upon us and seek to overwhelm us; slowly
tho distance between the tops of our levees
and tho water's edge would grow less;
within a foot of the top and still rising,
half a toot and still rising, an ioch and
still rising, half an inch and still slowly
rising; from two and a half feet by the
government gauge up to fifty-one
feet and still rising; tho gauge
disappears,' the waves dash against
the railroad track on the top of the levee,
and still rising; citizen's meetings are held,
an organization is effected, the levees are
patrolled day and night, trains and an
army of men are engaged, and the city is
enclosed by hulkheading; and the rivers
are still risini until they Btand, in some
places, a foot above tho levees, and the
wind beats huge waves into foam against
the wooden bulkhead. Business
is at a stand-still; tho usual
occupations are in a great measure forsaken;
men crowd to the levees and watch eagerly
for "a stand" or "a decline" on their
"private marks" on tho telegraph poles;
others are moving their personal effects to
places of safety; wild rumors of impending
danger abetted by our brave contempo
rary are peddled about the streets, find their
way into comparatively peaceful homes,
and alarm the dear ones thero and interrupt
them in their work of preparing rations for
the watchers on tho levees; -everybody iu
fearful and "preparing for tho worst."
This is the time that tries men's souls in
Cairo and makes cowards of many who at
other times boast of their bravery. For
tho business men it H the period
ot empty stores and heavy losses; for tho
the mechanic it is the period of idleness;
for tlio poor laborers it is tho period of suf
fering, of enforced chattel mortgages at
outrageous interest; for the property hold
ers it is tho period of depreciation and of
fear for the security of thoir worldly pos
sessions; for the lew craven hearted it is
tho timo for idlu cruakings and enickoring
fear; for thu brave citizens, irrespective of
class or Btation, it is tho period of watching
and workiug with shovel and wheelbarrow;
for a few wealthy and public spirited citi
zens it Is the period of activity, great re
oponsibiliticB and extraordinary risks; for
tho city at largo it is tho period, not so
much of danger, as of depression in values
and of anticipation warrants, ot general
hoyolcssucKS and stagnation, of thu sudden
dissolution ot all tho imaginary creations
that have accumulated in tho air for yeais,
of the sudden collapse of the city's iin
But tho rivers go down, and as they go,
people and things begin to settle back Into
tho sumo old ruts they were in just after
the previous flood had Btruck thoiu and
laid them out. Tho usual avocations aro
gradually resumed; tho horrors of the flood
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect jour PREMISES. Wo have a hrwi
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
IIK0M0 CHLORALTJM, UIKONMN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc, Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
are forgotten; . confidence is
restored; and the real coward
once more sneaks out from his garret and
begins to brag of the utter impeuitrability
and insurmountability of our levees,
and of the impossibility of
having another Pitch flood within the next
fifty years. The levees did not break;
Cairo was not touched by the Hood, but sho
was damaged incalculably in every
way, principally In tho prospective her
prou l spirit that had just rucovtre 1 from
the 6troke of five years before and was rais
ing her head just a little, is again hum
bled, thoiouglily cowed until the next
This has been Cairo's history with refer
ence to the floods; every citizen kuows it,
and can not deny it to himself whatever he
may say to others. Our levoesare all right
and will prove in future as in the past, equal
to any em rgenry ; but in future as in the
put, when the livers reach within a few in
ches of tho top and tun feet above the
floor upon which our citizens have their
all, they will not in fine confidence any
more than they have dmi in thu past. In
the'future as the past, when the flood is
upon uc, only those will have tho utmost
confidence in the security an 1 auiplenees of
the levees, who live in substantial two
story houses in the basin, or on Ohio levee.
High grade is the only cure for the evil,
and its cost is nothing when compared with
the cost of nursing the patient through
these regularly n-peated attack of disease.
Peahodv. M.vsi. Tiie Press of this city
says: A lady residing here for ten years,
suffered with intense pain in her back. She
used the great pain-reliever, St. Jacobs Oil,
but a short time and experienced groat re
lief, and was finally fullv cured.
rj-lJJECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, IllinoiH.
71 OHIO LEVEE.
A General Banking Business
pNTERPKiSK SAVING BANK.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
Shop on Halllday Aveiino, hrlwnun I'nurth and
Hlxth StrrelK Cnlro, Illinois.
HV"AI1 kinds ol liirlu anil liunvy hlitcksmlthlnij,
waifon and carriage work (lonn In the mnrtwoik
manllks man nor. Horse-elioulnn a spucialty nuil
W. BTRATTON, Cairo. T. BIRD, Missouri.
STKATT0N & BI1U),
No. W Ohio Luvoo, Cairo, III.
(TlfAgenti American Towtnir Co.
HALLIDAY BROTH tilts.
IfLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Kyptian Flouring Mil Is
lliiCbeBtCash Price Paid for Whext.
74 OHIO LISVUE
and Cor. nth & Wash. Ave.
CAIRO 0PEKA HOUSE.
FRIDAY, September 21,
TAMILIAN KACm IN A NKW HOLE I"
Ainrica' Favorite IrUh Coiuadlani,
Mr. ami Mrs. Dan Morris
in their new nd roranrilir lrihi!r una In four sell
writlun cxpri.lj rr Uhmu, entitle!
SHIEL AG AE
fby SCOTT MAIUK.K )
ily of Irtiluud, frc from coamo Carlctmrei,
i-utlte now iicury and irrti(l effect a
paltitl fortlm iUy. by Mr. Kilter,
of Uuoley Theatre, Chicago.
Mr. it d Mr .Sullivan will Introduce all new
soul'1", duet, daiKu ami comic hituationa.
t jrA Imlttanro, il, M and 75 centa. Keerved
aeatnat Buder'a Jewelry more.
at. u aaiTU.
kukkiit a. amTu.
Grand Central Store.
136 and l'(8 Commer
j Cairo, Illinois.
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full litis of- all tho late't. tiewcat color
and quality, and beat manufacture.
Body Hrudneli", Tpetr!ci!, Ingtaiui, Oil
Clyttn, A ,, &c.
Clottiing and Gents' Furnishing
Thin Di-partniimt occiipie a full lloir and
U cumDleio in all rt-Hii!cta. tiooiin ars
guaranteed ot luted ye and beet ma
terial. Bottom Prices and
First-class Hoods !
"CITY GUX STORE"
Oldest iu tho city ; established iu 1862.
Coui'l Ave , between Uth and 10th Bto.
MANCKACTUKKIt 4 DRALEK IS ALL KINDS
Ammunition of all deKrrlpMotm alwava on band at
General repairing In all kind of tnctnU, Keya
tf all denrrlptinna made to order, and KatlHfactlon
warranted. Itive inn a call, and lie convinced for
voiiraelf, at the imn of the "Hid UU.N ."
JOHN A. KOIOHI.KH,
Sl-titn rronrlelor, Cairo, III.
NEW YORK STORK,
WHOLESALE AND RRTA.IL.
The Largest Variety Slock
1JV TJIIfi CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. PAT1EU &c CO..
Cor. Nineteenth I treat I Piiirn 111
CouiJierclulAvuUuu I Villi 17, 111.